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282 Possible Causes for Conical-Shaped Teeth, Jaw Mass

  • Supernumerary Teeth

    According to Shape Conical supernumerary teeth are the most common in patients who have already developed permanent teeth. They have a normal root.[] The majority of the bony portion of the mass was removed and the two supernumerary teeth extracted from the jaw bone.[] The most common shape of ST teeth was conical.[]

  • Alveolar Abscess

    […] of teeth Concrescence Fusion Gemination } } } of teeth Dens: · evaginatus · in dente · invaginatus Enamel pearls Macrodontia Microdontia Peg-shaped [conical] teeth Taurodontism[] .- ) K00.0 Anodontia Hypodontia Oligodontia K00.1 Supernumerary teeth Distomolar Fourth molar Mesiodens Paramolar Supplementary teeth K00.2 Abnormalities of size and form[]

  • Gingivitis

    Foreign body gingivitis (FBG) is a non-plaque induced chronic inflammatory process involving the marginal and/or attached gingiva. It results from the introduction of foreign particulate material, primarily dental prophylaxis paste and restorative dental materials, into the gingival tissues. Clinical presentation varies[…][]

    Missing: Conical-Shaped Teeth
  • Fracture

    - Discussion: - radial head frx plus dislocation of distal RU joint (& interosseous membrane disruption); - mechanism: fall from height; - in this type of frx, radius will also migrate proximally if radial head is excised; - if injury is not found when it is acute, pt may develop severe wrist pain from radial migration[…][]

    Missing: Conical-Shaped Teeth
  • Epulis

    An unusual case of a 1-day-old Chinese female neonate with a solid tumor mass in the maxillary anterior ridge of the edentulous jaw is reported.[] […] anterior maxillary alveolus Mass protruding from mouth Gross images Contributed by Dr.[] On everting her upper lip and examining the gums of the upper jaw, a 2 centimeters long irregular fleshy mass was detected arising from the gums and growing over and between[]

    Missing: Conical-Shaped Teeth
  • Osteomyelitis

    The bone changes are often adjacent to apices of teeth and are restricted to alveolar process in either or both jaws Chronic sclerosing osteomyelitis / diffuse sclerosing[] […] chronic osteomyelitis in literature May be a predisposing factor for bone infection Florid cemento osseous dysplasia appears on radiographs as sclerosing opaque and dense masses[]

    Missing: Conical-Shaped Teeth
  • Gardner Syndrome

    Panoramic radiograph showed multiple radiopaque masses and impacted teeth in the jaws ( Figure 2A ).[] Panorex examination revealed a calcified mass contiguous with the left angle of the mandible.[] […] cotton wool-like lesions in the jaw [ 10 ].[]

    Missing: Conical-Shaped Teeth
  • Osteoma

    The peripheral osteoma of the jaw is uncommon.[] Radiographically, peripheral osteomas are seen as oval radiopaque well-circumscribed masses attached to the cortex by a broad base or a pedicle.[]

    Missing: Conical-Shaped Teeth
  • Necrosis of the Jaw

    Approximately 125 cases of osteonecrosis of the jaw have been linked with the use of some type of bisphosphonate drug.[] Without being able to produce new blood vessels, the natural healing process of jawbone tissue is compromised, allowing for the degradation of bone mass.[]

    Missing: Conical-Shaped Teeth
  • Osteitis Fibrosa Cystica

    If a mass is palpated, parathyroid carcinoma should be suspected. Signs of hypercalcemia Causes The etiology is unknown in most cases.[] It may be associated with the genetic disease hyperparathyroidism - jaw tumor syndrome. It also may be associated with a history of neck irradiation.[]

    Missing: Conical-Shaped Teeth

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